17.2.2020 07:20 pm
Former captain Steve Smith and batsman David Warner, who were both banned for a year for their role in ball-tampering during the third Test in Cape Town, are both in the team.
Australian coach Justin Langer and limited-overs captain Aaron Finch said on Monday they were looking forward to playing in front of South African crowds on their first tour since the sandpaper scandal of 2018.
Bangladesh’s domestic matches frequently throw up unusual results, and allegations of match-fixing are common.
The fiery all-rounder is consistently in trouble. WARNING: Strong language.
Talk of possible travel fatigue for the Indians after only arriving in New Zealand three days ago, did not eventuate.
The 50-year old former West Indies fast bowler signed a two-year agreement.
Virat Kohli’s men completely turned the tables after a nasty initial defeat.
Former England captains Nasser Hussain and Michael Vaughan bemoaned the absence of a star player from the series finale.
It’s the anniversary of the former Proteas skipper’s initially exciting plan to manufacture a result against England in Centurion. Then the true motive was later revealed…
Virat Kohli’s men are left shell-shocked as the visitors produce a near-perfect performance.
The former Aussie leg-spinner wore the cap during his 145-Test career, in which he took more than 700 wickets.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) will in the coming months discuss reducing Tests to four days as part of structuring the global calendar beyond 2023.
The England opener’s family has been paid out almost a cool half-a-million Rand!
Marnus Labuschagne emerged from nowhere to become Test cricket’s leading scorer last year, including 896 since November and bettering the great Neil Harvey (834) for most runs scored by an Australian in a five-Test summer.
Leo Carter only became the sixth batsman ever to achieve the feat in professional cricket, before Englishman Tom Banton went berserk in the BBL too.
Given the legendary spinner’s exploits on the field and his high profile off it, local media predicted it could fetch up to Aus$500,000 (US$345,000).